Tyrone Page Featured in Thrive Music Series Reply

tyrone-pageTyrone Page (BM ’16, Saxophone, Music Education) was a featured performer in the Thrive Music Series at Jordan Faye Contemporary on September 10. Page performed Not I, but the Wind by Joji Yuasa, Wings by Joan Tower, and Fluorescent Skeleton Reassembled by alumnus James Young (DMA ’14, Composition).

Jarrett Gilgore Tours Northeast in July Reply

jarrettgilgore450x300Jarrett Gilgore (BM ’15, Jazz Saxophone) will tour in the Northeast from July 13-24 with a band called Purrer which includes Jon Birkholz (BM ’07, Jazz Piano) on bass, and JHU alum Amanda Glasser (KSAS BA ’11, Cognitive Science) on guitar and vocals. Mr. Gilgore will be playing drums with the group. Visit Mr. Gilgore’s website for the full schedule.
July 13, Philadelphia PA, The Pharmacy
July 14, Brooklyn NY, The Glove
July 15, Portland ME, Bayside Bowl
July 17, Dover NH, Fuzz Hut
July 18, Burlington VT, Radio Bean
July 19, Burlington VT, The Attic (215 College St.)
July 20, Manchester NH, Fuzz Hut
July 21, Providence RI, AS220
July 22, Boston MA, Trixie’s Palace
July 23, Brooklyn NY, Silent Barn (upstairs)
July 24, New Brunswick NJ, afternoon radio appearance on 90.5FM The Night “

Cesar Orozco, Alex Norris, Nathan Hook, Peabody Classic Modern Jazz Ensemble at An die Musik Reply

c8c2c53e-2454-41a9-8cbe-c328bfdd5ab9An die Musik LIVE will feature Cesar Orozco (GPD ’14, Jazz Piano), solo piano, on Saturday, May 7 at 8:00 pm and 9:30 pm. On Monday, May 9 at 7:30 pm, GPD jazz saxophone student Nathan Hook will perform at An die Musik with fellow Peabody Jazz students. On Wednesday, May 11 at 7:30 pm, the venue will host the Peabody Classic Modern Jazz Ensemble led by faculty artist Alex Pope Norris (PC ’90, Trumpet; BM ’90, Music Education). Tickets are available from http://www.instantseats.com/.

Johns Hopkins Korean Graduate Student Association to Host Third Annual Spring Concert Reply

customLogoThe Johns Hopkins Korean Graduate Student Association will host its Third Annual Spring Concert on Friday, March 11th at 7:30 pm in Shriver Hall, located at the JHU Homewood Campus. The concert includes works by composers including Doppler, Franck, Schubert, Leoncavallo, Schumann, Brahms, Parker, and Kosma, as well as traditional Korean folk songs by Soo In Lee and Nan-Pa Hong. Performers include Minhee Park, piano, Samuel Deason, piano, Sahun Hong, piano, Hanna Shin, piano, Kyung-Jun Park, piano, Damien Noble, piano, Jeongmin Lee, violin, Gabriel Lee, violin, Daniel Jacobs, viola, Elliot Yang, cello, Thomas Fortner, cello, Jon Guo, bass, Seungmin Oh, flute, Gyuri Kim, flute, Kenny Kyung-won Baik saxophone, James Kil, tenor, and Byung Kang, drums. Admission is free and open to the public. Donations are welcome. For more information, contact JHU KGSA at jhukgsa@gmail.com or view the Facebook event page at www.facebook.com/events/1679418462315077/.